Q. 33.8( 23 Votes )
Compare and contrast the changes in India with the pattern that was observed for developed countries. What kinds of changes between sectors were desired but did not happen in India?
Secondary and tertiary sectors are increasing at a rapid speed and especially tertiary sector is increasing and its contribution in developing the economy of our country has been more always. It renders many job opportunities so that people are able to earn their livelihood. If India wants to become a strong industrialized nation then not the growth of only tertiary sector but all sectors must be grown at equal rate so that it can work properly for a better and bright economy.
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